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CBS
Dec 5, 2012 11:00pm EST
those getting both the benefits. we'll be right back. >>> a new study out of the u.k. could change the way women everywhere are treated for breast cancer. british researchers have found taking the drug tamoxifen for a longer period of time could have big benefits. researchers suggest women taking tamoxifen for 10 years which is twice the current reel addition. they say patients what do are less likely to die from the disease and less likely to have the cancer come back. >> the benefits are particularly in the second tenure. that's very helpful for that group of women who have really been worrying until now. >> there are about 230,000 new cases of breast cancer each year. tamoxifen affects estrogen keeping breast cancer at bay butt carries side effects. doctors say the risk is low. >>> a gross alert on this one. a connecticut couple has a baby together and tonight they are in jail because it turns out they're father and daughter. george and tiffany are charged with third-degree sexual saw. police discovered tin crest when they got a complaint that the family was distributing home ma
CBS
Dec 17, 2012 7:00pm EST
game change. >> one question you had. why is it so hard for the u.s. to enact policies like in the u.k. that have reduced mass shootings? what actions can be taken? >> of households that have both guns and young children in them, more than 50% of the respondents say that the gun is stored, not locked up. >> reporter: another question. how can we convince gun enthuse arizonas that controls -- enthuseiasts that controls don't end the right to own guns. >> one fear is that greater restrictions are a step down the slippier slope towards completely banning handguns, but that option has now been taken off the political table by the supreme court. so gun enthusiasts shouldn't have anything to fear from universal background checks. >> reporter: another question you had. how do we get more guns into the hands of responsible people and more guns at school to prevent similar scenarios from happening? >> the argument goes criminals will be afraid of encountering an armed civilian. unfortunately the research doesn't bear that out. there isn't credible, responsible, persuasive evidence that arming c
CBS
Dec 18, 2012 6:30pm EST
of handguns in the u.k. and then this sumpter community turned another corner. andy murray, the tennis champion who in 1996 survived the dunblane massacre by hiding under a desk won gold at the london olympics. for dunblane, at last there was a joyful legacy to balance its terrible sadness. but as soon as the news of the sandy hook school shootings broke, old wounds reopened. >> i would say our hearts go out to them and -- sorry. i'm not really giving them the best effort for someone who's moved on but i think out of the most tragic circumstances some good does appear and hopefully that will happen for them. >> reporter: at the dunblane community center they're lighting candles of condolence and sending sympathy from one of the only places on earth that really understands the depth of newtown's grief. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, dunblane. >> pelley: and that's the "cbs evening news" for tonight. for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >> lawmakers are not the only ones talking about
CBS
Dec 6, 2012 6:00am EST
in the uk, the financial times is blaming the g.o.p. for the inability to reach a deal thus far. and some german newspapers have started comparing the u.s. to greece. i've got to tell you, that's not really the fairest of comparisons. for the record, the headline in the post was, the rest of the world thinks the fiscal cliff is ridiculous. i think a lot of people here would agree with that headline. >> it's interesting -- i heard a report about it calling it slow, too, that it would take effect gradually. let's just get it done. >>> bright but brisk today and cold again tonight. >> will it get milder? a big football game for this region coming up this weekend. howard will have the answer when we return. two big football games in fact. your weather coming up after this gorgeous shot of the sunrise. keep it here. >>> welcome back to 9news. monika here with your timesaver traffic. you'll want to listen up for sure if you're headed to the beltway north of town in bethesda. i'll explain what's been going on since 2:00 this morning. on the outer loop you're looking at a truck that had overturne
CBS
Dec 17, 2012 5:00pm EST
had, why is it so hard for the u.s. to enact policies like in the u.k. that have reduced mass shootings. what actions can be taken? >> households that have both guns and young children in them, more than 50% of the respond dents say that the gun is -- pond dents -- respondenss say that the gun is not locked up. >> reporter: how can we convince gun enthaisists to controls don't eliminate the right to legitimately and safely own guns? >> the option has now been taken off the political table by the supreme court. so gun enthusiasts really shouldn't have anything to fear from universal background checks. >> reporter: another question you had: how do we get more guns into the hands of responsible people and more guns at school to prevent similar scenarios from happening? >> the argument goes criminals will be afraid of encountering an armed civilian. unfortunately the research doesn't bear that out. there isn't credible, responsible speaker -- responsible persuasive evidence that arming civilians reduces crime. >> we are likely to see more of a discussion, bruce, on those universal
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